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Tang Studies is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication of the T'ang Studies Society. Initially conceived in 1982 as the Society’s newsletter, “intended as an informal means to bring the Tang Scholarly Community into closer communication and cooperation” (William H. Nienhauser, Jr., “Editorial Note,” T’ang Studies 1 : 2), it quickly evolved into a full-fledged scholarly journal open to critical inquiry into all aspects of Tang China.
Subscription to Tang Studies
An individual subscription to the journal is included in regular membership dues. For more information, please contact the Secretary-Treasurer at: email@example.com.
The Taylor & Francis Group handles institutional subscriptions for the Society. Information on such subscriptions can be found here:
Journal information is also available on the T’ang
Studies page of the Taylor & Francis website: http://tandfonline.com/toc/ytng20/current
For institutional questions or claims on volumes up to Vol. 26, please contact the Tang Studies office directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission to Tang
is not limited to members of the T’ang Studies Society. The journal
welcomes submissions of original research (25-50 pages in length),
communications, reference notes, as well as bibliographic materials in
the area of Tang studies. Inquiries and manuscript submissions should
be sent to the Editor:
Nicholas Morrow Williams
Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance to the guidelines set forth in the Chicago Manual of Style. They should be submitted electronically using standard word processing software (contact the editor for acceptable software packages). Specific style guidelines are contained in the following document:
Manuscripts that do not
conform to these guidelines cannot be considered and will be returned
All manuscripts are evaluated in accordance with a double-blind peer-review process. Authors should not include their names on manuscripts so as to ensure blind readings from referees. Supply instead a separate cover sheet containing the author’s name and address and the title of the article.
manuscript includes any materials (e.g., quotations that exceed fair
use, illustrations, charts and/or other graphics) taken from other
sources, the author must obtain permission from the copyright owners of
these materials to reproduce them in print. Also, all submissions must
carry assurance that they have been submitted exclusively to Tang
Authors whose work is published
in Tang Studies will receive 20 complimentary
offprints of their contribution.
For further author/submission information, see the guidelines provided by our publisher, the Taylor & Francis Group:
Most recently updated: 11/27/2016